How to spell EPOST correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell epost correctly

  • apostle She is the apostle of the true, the beautiful, the good, commissioned to complete all that the twelve have left undone.
  • apt That aptitude test is difficult.
  • east The east is the direction that points in the opposite direction of the west.
  • egoist I know I need to cut down on eating out, but I can't help but put my own needs before everyone else's
  • epistle I received an epistle in the mail from my cousin.
  • ernst Ernst is a fascinating philosopher.
  • erst Erst will ich dir die Ohrringe schenken.
  • est The best way to improve your English vocabulary is to read English books.
  • impost I'm afraid that I will have to post the poster in the lobby.
  • ops
  • opt
  • oust
  • outpost The outpost is a strategic location that the military uses to monitor the surrounding area.
  • past I couldn't help but past the bakery on my way to work.
  • pasta Tommy loved pasta so much that once a week he would go to the grocery store and buy a new box of pasta.
  • paste I'll paste it to the refrigerator in case we get hungry.
  • pasty
  • pest
  • piste I spotted a thin sliver of ice on the piste.
  • posed After posing for a picture, she put on a brave face and pretended to enjoy the outing.
  • posit
  • post I'll post this on my blog.
  • poster
  • pst
  • repast She enjoyed a repast of roasted chicken, vegetable stir-fry, and fresh fruit before retiring for the evening.
  • upset I was so upset when I lost my job that I couldn't sleep.
  • UPS
  • PSST I'm going to the office, but I can sneak out and meet you later if you'd like.
  • PESTO I love pesto on crostini.
  • EPCOT The World Showcase at Epcot is home to a various array of dishes from different countries.
  • OPTS
  • Epsom She took a hot bath in Epsom salts to soothe the muscles ache.
  • postie I got a postie outside my door this morning.
  • deposit

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